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La Fondation pour la Reconstruction Orale organise deux Symposiums Internationaux 2022


The Oral Reconstruction (OR) Foundation organises two International Symposia in 2022 with the Foundation’s initial founders BioHorizons Camlog as main sponsor. One will take place from 12 to 14 May 2022, in Orlando, Florida, USA, and the other from 13 to 15 October 2022, in Munich, Germany.

International Symposium 2022 | 12 – 14 May 2022 | Orlando, FL, USA

The US conference under the theme of “2022 Recharged: Strengthening Advanced Implant Therapy Skills”, will be held at the JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes and will present a world-renowned lineup of speakers from all disciplines. The International Symposium will cover a wide range of contemporary issues in implant dentistry and tissue regeneration. It will feature immediate implant placement, digital workflow, tissue regeneration, esthetics, and full-arch solutions in implant dentistry, and presents the latest treatment options from world-renowned experts while enjoying time to collaborate with colleagues.

Moderators and presenters*

Dr. Kristine Aadland
Dr. Jumoke Adedoyin
Dr. Tarun Agarwal
Dr. Tara Aghaloo
Dr. Edward P. Allen
Dr. Álvaro Blasi
Dr. Gonzalo Blasi
Dr. Ignacio Blasi
Dr. Julian Conejo
Dr. Martha Domínguez
Dr. Jennifer Doobrow
Dr. Abdelsalam Elaskary/> Dr. Nick Fahey
Mr. Mark Ferguson
Dr. Marcelo Ferrer
Dr. Andrew Ferrier
Dr. Matthew Fien
Dr. Gabriela García
Dr. Pedro Gazzotti
Dr. Mia Geisinger
Dr. Ramón Gómez Meda
Dr. Fazeela Khan-Osborne
Dr. Bach Le
Dr. Curry Leavitt
Dr. Craig Misch
Dr. Justin Moody
Dr. Martijn Moolenaar
Dr. Myron Nevins
Dr. Michael A. Pikos
Dr. Francisco Salvador García
Dr. Guido Sarnachiaro
Dr. Arshiya Sharafi
Dr. Bart Silverman
Dr. Daniel Spagnoli
Dr. Bobbi Stanley
Dr. Robert Stanley
Dr. Marius Steigmann
Dr. Jason Stoner
Dr. David Troncoso
Dr. Tiziano Testori
Dr. Hom-Lay Wang
Dr. David Wongo

The International Symposium in Orlando offers a choice of multiple breakout sessions and hands-on workshops from key opinion leaders from around the world; up to 24 CE credit hours will be available. For more information and to register, please visit

International Symposium 2022 | 13 – 15 October 2022 | Munich, Germany

For those dental professionals who will not be able to attend the Orlando conference or who want to continue education with the OR Foundation, the International Symposium in Munich in October, also organised in cooperaton with founding partner BioHorizons Camlog is another great opportunity.

Under the motto “Dreams and Reality: Treatment Concepts and Trends”, the conference programme is designed for dental professionals from all disciplines of implantology, and in combination with the German Dental Technician Congress on Saturday will showcase success stories in the team approach. The eminent scientific committee and internationally renowned speakers vouch for a differentiated and pioneering program in Munich.

Scientific Committee

Prof. Frank Schwarz 
Prof. Katja Nelson 

Dr. Mario Beretta
Dr. S. Marcus Beschnidt
MDT Vincent Fehmer 
Prof. Gerald Krennmair
MDT Otto Prandtner 
Prof. Mariano Sanz
Dr. Alex Schär
Prof. Michael Stimmelmayr

The International Symposium features a state-of-the-art programme with a mix of scientific and practice relevant lectures, exciting workshops, and a great social event to round up the experience for all participants.  More information can be found on the Oral Reconstruction’s International Symposium 2022 website. Pre-register here to receive firsthand information about the Congress.

* Faculty and presenters may be subject to change.

Main Sponsors

BioHorizons and BioHorizons Camlog

About the Oral Reconstruction Foundation

From the outset in 2006, the OR Foundation has supported basic and applied research projects, granted research funding to young scientists, and promoted training and continuous education. It has established a networking platform for international experts in a wide range of disciplines to foster the permanent exchange of knowledge and ideas.

The Foundation firmly believes that the best way to consolidate the scientific basis of oral reconstruction and serve patients’ needs is to promote close international collaboration between universities, practitioners, technicians, and industry. Activities organized or planned under the patronage of the OR Foundation respect these principles in the same way they support the Foundation’s objective: teaming up science and education to serve the patient.